Mr. Nhath T. was born in 1961 and lives in Stueng village in Kandal province. He earns his living by selling sugar palm and palm juice. He is also a construction worker, where he is able to earn a small salary to help support his family. With both occupations he still does not earn enough income to support and improve the family's living. He asks for a loan to buy two cows for breeding. His wife, Mrs. Ieng Lin, stays at home and takes care her children and her home.
This couple has five children. Two are seamstresses in the garment factory, one is construction worker, and the other two are students and also help support their father's business. His wife is in the picture with him.
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